Amazon Fire Phone with unique 3D user interface

Amazon Fire Phone smartphone

Amazon has finally launched its much anticipated Fire Phone smartphone that has a unique 3D user interface called as Dynamic Perspective. This new feature for a smartphone tracks the user’s eyes with the help of four ultra-low power cameras, and shows visual content in relation to user’s position. The Dynamic Perspective combines well with the tilt gestures to initiate actions just by moving the phone in a certain way.

Amazon Fire Phone has a 4.7-inch IPS 1280 x 720 touchscreen (590 nits brightness), is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset having 2.2 GHz quad-core CPU, Adreno 330 GPU and to top it off has 2GB RAM. The make of this Fire OS 3.5 (based on Android sans any Google services) smartphone is also impressive with a rubber body frame, buttons made from anodized aluminum and Gorilla Glass 3 which is present on front and back too.

Amazon Fire Phone smartphone

This fresh new smartphone has a 13MP rear camera having f/2.0.5-element wide aperture lens and 2.1MP rear camera. The rear camera has support for multi-frame HDR, auto focus and optical image stabilization. An all new feature called Firefly makes use of smartphone’s camera and microphone for identifying QR codes, phone numbers, movies or more than 100 million items to identify useful information and make the next requisite action.

Amazon Fire Phone smartphone

The phone has a good battery backup courtesy 2400mAh battery size and for immersive audio playback the dual stereo speakers with Dolby Digital Plus audio processing technology do the trick. This smartphone is quite light-weight at 160 grams and measures just 139.2mm x 66.5mm x 8.9mm.

Amazon Fire Phone is up for pre-order from Amazon for a price tag of $199 for the 32GB model and $299 for the 64GB model but the contract charges will be extra depending on the services you opt for.



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